You never stop learning.
It is impossible to encapsulate a life lived with such meaning and purpose. Stan's eighty-nine years saw him play many roles - loving husband, father, and grandfather - making memories of costumes and laughter, and devoting himself fully to any task at hand.
He believed in serving his country and his community. A proud Coast Guard veteran of WWII, Stan rose to every challenge. He was a New Jersey State Trooper for thirty-one years, achieving the rank of lieutenant, and continued to serve in law enforcement on the local and state levels after retirement.
Stan was dedicated to his faith and thoroughly committed to his family and friends. His absence leaves a great void, but it was his beautiful presence that will always be remembered and cherished by those fortunate enough to have known him.
To ensure your generosity and support are acknowledged - and to help protect you from future solicitations - the Godlesky Family has requested that memorial contributions be made through IN MEMORY OF to the following
New Jersey State Police Survivors of the Triangle
New Jersey State Police Survivors of the Triangle provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Having served proudly as a New Jersey State Police Trooper and Lieutenant for over 30 years, a memorial donation to the NJSP would be a lasting tribute to Stan's memory.
Wounded Warrior Project
The Wounded Warrior Project aims to help injured service members aid and assist each other by providing unique, direct programs to meet their individual needs. Programs include: Combat Stress Recovery which addresses the mental health and cognitive needs of warriors returning from war; the Independence Program, designed for warriors who rely on their family or caregivers as a result of moderate-to-severe brain injury, spinal-cord injury, or other neurological conditions; Family Support; Transition Training; and the Warrior Care Network, a new program helping to connect veterans to academic medical centers that can address undiagnosed and untreated mental health issues suffered from the travesty of war.
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